Greason, Comstock first to submit bills for 2014 session
Tue., Nov. 26 | 02:18 PM - Two state lawmakers fresh off re-election have pre-filed bills for the 2014 General Assembly session, with Del. Barbara Comstock (R-34th) looking to initiate a Sexual and Domestic Violence Subfund and Del. Tag Greason (R-32nd) advocating for a Teacher Career Ladder program.
Raising the Bean Bar at Village at Leesburg
Bean Bar owner Sohini Gupta stands in a telephone booth in her new coffee shop in the Village at Leesburg on opening day Nov. 21. The booth, which provides customers with a way to make private calls on their cellphones, was inspired by a recent trip to London. - Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
Tue., Nov. 26 | 11:50 AM - The Village at Leesburg's only coffee shop opened to customers Nov. 21
Following Whitbeck, Herndon’s Ron Meyer announces Senate 33rd candidacy
Tue., Nov. 26 | 08:57 AM - The 24-year-old public relations professional from Herndon -- who previously announced plans to challenge U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly (D) in Virginia's 11th Congressional District -- said Tuesday morning he'll instead run for the Senate of Virginia.
Teachers, PTOs weigh in on new superintendent
Hank Gmitro, president of Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates holds a forum with PTA leaders (from left to right) Val Walters, Debbie Jackubowski, Jennifer Boner, Liz Szabo and Barbara Fontaine Nov. 21 at the LCPS Administration Building. Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Andrew Sharbel
Tue., Nov. 26 | 07:00 AM - While Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Ed Hatrick is set to retire June 30, 2014, it's apparent he has left a lasting impression on school communities within the county.
Cedar Lane gym teacher arrested after reporting to school drunk
Thu., Dec. 5 | 11:42 AM - A Loudoun County Public Schools elementary school teacher was arrested Dec. 4 after coming to school drunk.
Candy heir pleads guilty in reckless driving case that resulted in fatality
Thu., Dec. 5 | 11:07 AM - The billionaire co-owner of the Mars Inc. candy company pleaded guilty Dec. 5 to one count of misdemeanor reckless driving, stemming from an Oct. 4 crash that left one woman dead and three injured.
Va. Senate Democratic leader: GOP to nominate ‘carbon copy’ of Cuccinelli in 33rd
State Sens. Barbara Favola (D-31st), left, and Dick Saslaw (D-35th), right, spoke during the campaign office opening of 33rd Senate District Democratic candidate Jennifer Wexton, center, in Sterling Dec. 4. Times-Mirror Photo/Trevor Baratko
Thu., Dec. 5 | 12:02 PM - The Virginia Senate's Democratic leader, Dick Saslaw, voiced expectations Wednesday that local Republicans will nominate a “carbon copy” of Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli for the 33rd Senate District special election.
Broad Run shows its force during CIP work session
Thu., Dec. 5 | 07:00 AM - Maroon and gold from the Broad Run High School community filled the School Board meeting room Dec. 3.
School Board members finalize plan for attendance boundaries
Thu., Dec. 5 | 12:00 PM - With the rezoning of attendance boundaries entering into its final stages, the Loudoun County School Board went to their constituents Nov. 25 to iron out any concerns about the potential boundaries.
Sheriff’s Office to re-examine 1987 murder
Wed., Dec. 4 | 02:57 PM - The Loudoun County Sheriff's Department announced Dec. 4 that its Cold Case Unit is reopening the investigation of a 1987 murder.
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